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7 Secrets of Google's Epic Organizational Culture

7 Secrets of Google's Epic Organizational Culture | new society | Scoop.it
7 things that Google practice to take the title of best organizational culture a company could provide
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The Myth of the Millennial Entrepreneur

The Myth of the Millennial Entrepreneur | new society | Scoop.it
The generation cheered for its start-up mentality is actually starting companies at the lowest rate in 25 years. Why?
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Tica Peeman: "Teamprocessen zijn rationeel niet te begrijpen" - nieuworganiseren.nu

Tica Peeman: "Teamprocessen zijn rationeel niet te begrijpen" - nieuworganiseren.nu | new society | Scoop.it
Een bedrijf dat de boel op een andere manier organiseert, vraagt om een andere houding van alle werknemers en vereist nieuwe vaardigheden. Teams moeten zichzelf opnieuw uitvinden en dienen op zoek te gaan naar een nieuwe manier van samenwerken. Maar dat gaat niet zonder slag of stoot, weet ook Tica Peeman. Ze runt een trainingsbureau en begeleidt teams …
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Ondernemersverhalen: Een bibliotheek zonder boeken - De Geldpers

Ondernemersverhalen: Een bibliotheek zonder boeken - De Geldpers | new society | Scoop.it
Een bibliotheek zonder boeken?! Ja, inderdaad, het bestaat en het heet De Deelkelder. Wat doen deze ondernemers om de wereld te veranderen?
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution: what it means and how to respond

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: what it means and how to respond | new society | Scoop.it
We stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. In its scale, scope, and complexity, th

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The World Economic Forums view on the disruption facing virtually every industry. Sections on the impact on Business, Government & People.
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Machines Room: East London Fab Lab

Machines Room: East London Fab Lab | new society | Scoop.it
Fab Labs. I write about them a lot. As an artist, I love the idea of communal spaces where artists, designers, engineers and whoever else wants to get together in a shared space and hash out ideas and projects together.

I had never actually been to one though, and today I decided to change
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Jos de Blok: De schrik van managers

Jos de Blok: De schrik van managers | new society | Scoop.it

Jos de Blok bewijst al tien jaar dat het prettiger werken is zonder managers met de door hem opgerichte thuiszorginstelling Buurtzorg. 

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Enabling the Future - a Global Network of Passionate Volunteers Using 3D Printing to Give the World a Helping Hand

Enabling the Future - a Global Network of Passionate Volunteers Using 3D Printing to Give the World a Helping Hand | new society | Scoop.it
enablingthefuture.org is the personal, privately-run website of Jennifer Owen. Jen is the wife of Ivan Owen, who co-created the first 3D printed hand for a child in South Africa and released the files open source so that anyone, anywhere in the world could take those files and print a hand for themselves or someone in need.

She has been a volunteer and participant in the field of open-source, 3D printed prosthetic hands for the past 4 years. Along the way, she has sought to highlight and document stories from the e-NABLE Community of volunteers on the topic of low-cost prosthetics from around the world, as well as to create an information resource for people interested in learning more about the history, design & fabrication of these devices.

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Digital Health 2016: Top 100 Influencers and Brands

Digital Health 2016: Top 100 Influencers and Brands | new society | Scoop.it

Digital Health is the convergence of the digital and genetics revolutions within medicine and health. The goal of digital health is to ultimately improve the quality of our healthcare and our daily lives. By adopting new technologies such as wireless sensors and fitness trackers, healthcare can become more efficient, cheaper and more accessible. Digital Health is big business and investment in 2016 has started strong with a record $1.8B in funding. According to Startup Health 2016 has already seen 4 deals over $100M, as compared to 7 in all of 2015. This trend is set to continue as industry players take an active role in piloting, investing in, and mentoring young digital-health companies helping to bring the innovations to market needed to sustain long-term health outcomes.

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An exhaustive list of the top 100 Digital Health influencers and brands driving the most engagement in 2016, including quotes from the experts
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Perspectief op verandering: de bitcoin

Perspectief op verandering: de bitcoin | new society | Scoop.it
Het inspirerende hoofdstuk over de bitcoin uit Het Kantelingsalfabet. Geschreven door Lykle de Vries
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What Changes When a School Embraces Mindfulness?

What Changes When a School Embraces Mindfulness? | new society | Scoop.it
Taking the time to practice mindfulness, every day, several times a day, has made a big difference at a school trying to overcome trauma.
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A World With No Bosses: Turns Out, Not That Great

A World With No Bosses: Turns Out, Not That Great | new society | Scoop.it

The online shoe retailer Zappos has always stood out for its unconventional human-resources philosophy. For nearly a decade the company has been making something it calls “The Offer” to new hires—an opportunity to take a $2,000 stipend instead of starting the job. The company prides itself on the attentiveness of its customer service and the devotion of its workers, and “The Offer” is an attempt to weed out those who aren’t thrilled about the work ahead.

But now, one of the company’s unusual approaches has led to what’s being called a Zappos exodus, as 18 percent of the company's staff have taken buyouts in the last 10 months. That takes Zappos’ turnover rate for 2015 to 30 percent, which is 10 percentage points above their typical annual attrition rate.

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Creative people’s brains really do work differently

Creative people’s brains really do work differently | new society | Scoop.it
What makes highly creative people different from the rest of us? In the 1960s, psychologist and creativity researcher Frank X. Barron set about finding out. Barron conducted a series of experiments on some of his generation’s most renowned thinkers in an attempt to isolate the unique spark of creative genius. In a historic study, Barron...
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"Mét mensen praten, in plaats van over mensen" - nieuworganiseren.nu

"Mét mensen praten, in plaats van over mensen" - nieuworganiseren.nu | new society | Scoop.it
Barry Calf is ex-directeur van BK Bodem, een bedrijf dat onderdeel is van BK ingenieurs en zich bezighoudt met bodemonderzoek. In 2005 kwam hij er werken en als snel kwam hij in een leidinggevende positie terecht.  Teams waren succesvol, de organisatie groeide en hij had op een gegeven moment 45 mensen onder zich werken. Maar hij liep …
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America Has Never Been So Ripe for Tyranny

America Has Never Been So Ripe for Tyranny | new society | Scoop.it
Democracies end
when they are too democratic.
And right now, America is a breeding ground for tyranny.
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Managing Without Managers

Managing Without Managers | new society | Scoop.it
In Brazil, where paternalism and the family business fiefdom still flourish, I am president of a manufacturing company that treats its 800 employees like responsible adults. Most of them—including factory workers—set their own working hours. All have access to the company books. The vast majority vote on many important corporate decisions. Everyone gets paid by the month, regardless of job description, and more than 150 of our management people set their own salaries and bonuses.

This may sound like an unconventional way to run a business, but it seems to work. Close to financial disaster in 1980, Semco is now one of Brazil’s fastest-growing companies, with a profit margin in 1988 of 10% on sales of $37 million. Our five factories produce a range of sophisticated products, including marine pumps, digital scanners, commercial dishwashers, truck filters, and mixing equipment for everything from bubble gum to rocket fuel. Our customers include Alcoa, Saab, and General Motors.
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Will greater access to digital health improve healthcare in emerging countries?

Will greater access to digital health improve healthcare in emerging countries? | new society | Scoop.it
The expanding role of healthcare providers is not limited to societies with “developed” healthcare systems. Diseases, such as AIDS and malaria, prevalent in the third world and emerging countries are now considered chronic or curable with the proper treatment, leaving those afflicted with greater chance of recovery. However, as the cost the typical person pays for healthcare over his or her lifetime rises, the question becomes: How will these emerging societies, especially those in less-developed countries, sustain a rising bill?

The answer is they cannot. Hopefully, they will not have to. Already, healthcare technology providers around the globe are finding new ways to reduce the overall cost of medicine by improving efficiencies wherever possible. They are accomplishing this in a few key ways
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Managersonline.nl - Leidinggevende overschat zichzelf op bevlogen leiderschap

Managersonline.nl - Leidinggevende overschat zichzelf op bevlogen leiderschap | new society | Scoop.it
De Nederlandse werknemer heeft steeds meer behoefte aan meer zelfsturing en eigen regie. Waar de leidinggevende zichzelf een 8,2 geeft voor zijn leiderschapsstijl, geeft de medewerker zijn leidinggevende met een 5,6 nog maar net een voldoende.
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Why scientists think we should be working three-day weeks

Why scientists think we should be working three-day weeks | new society | Scoop.it

The over-40s are at their best if they work fewer than 25 hours a week, according to new research.


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By Joe Myers. The authors highlight that for those over the age of 40, working part-time – for example three days a week – could have cognitive benefits, both for workers and business.

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The Top 40 Medical Technology Trends: Free Guide And Infographic - The Medical Futurist

The Top 40 Medical Technology Trends: Free Guide And Infographic - The Medical Futurist | new society | Scoop.it
Three years ago I released a highly popular white paper that listed the top 40 trends and technologies that would shape the future of medicine. I analyzed how promising those trends were; whether they would benefit patients or physicians; and if they would improve prevention, diagnostics, treatments or long-term consequences. Things have changed a lot …
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Here's Why A Universal Basic Income Is The Key To Human Progress

Here's Why A Universal Basic Income Is The Key To Human Progress | new society | Scoop.it

Humanity Needs Universal Basic Income in Order to Stop Impeding Progress

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Ook deze Europese stad gaat z'n inwoners een vast basisinkomen geven

Ook deze Europese stad gaat z'n inwoners een vast basisinkomen geven | new society | Scoop.it
De Zwitserse stad Lausanne gaat experimenteren met het basisinkomen. De gemeenteraadsleden hebben een motie goedgekeurd waarin een basisinkomen wordt voorgesteld voor een deel van de stadsinwoners. In juni zal het project van start gaan.
"HET BASISINKOMEN STELT MENSEN VEILIG IN DE HUIDIGE KWETSBARE TIJDEN. DE VRIJHEID DIE VOORTVLOEIT UIT HET BASISINKOMEN ZAL MENSEN STIMULEREN OM MEER DINGEN TE DOEN DIE ZULLEN LEIDEN TOT INNOVATIE EN SOCIALE INCLUSIE BINNEN ONZE MAATSCHAPPIJ"
De gemeenteraad van Lausanne heeft een niet-bindende motie ingediend voor de invoering van het basisinkomen. Concreet zal het proefproject lijken op een gelijkaardig experiment in Utrecht; daar worden inwoners ingedeeld in verschillende groepen naargelang hun sociale status. Op basis daarvan krijgen de deelnemende inwoners verschillende inkomens aangereikt.
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A Radical Way of Unleashing a Generation of Geniuses

A Radical Way of Unleashing a Generation of Geniuses | new society | Scoop.it
Students in Matamoros, Mexico weren't getting much out of school -- until a radical new teaching method unlocked their potential. And then everything changed.
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Wiki: Blockchain - nieuworganiseren.nu

Wiki: Blockchain - nieuworganiseren.nu | new society | Scoop.it
Kenners menen dat een reeds bestaande technologie, onder de noemer blockchain, in staat is om de economie zoals wij die nu kennen volledig op zijn kop te zetten, maar wat is het en hoe werkt het?
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We Are Hopelessly Hooked

We Are Hopelessly Hooked | new society | Scoop.it
We check our phones 221 times a day—an average of every 4.3 minutes—according to a UK study. This number actually may be too low, since people tend to underestimate their own mobile usage. In a 2015 Gallup survey, 61 percent of people said they checked their phones less frequently than others they knew. Our transformation into device people has happened with unprecedented suddenness.
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